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  • September 09, 2015 09 Sep'15

    Future of Microsoft rests on Windows' success in the mobile era

    With a shifting smartphone business and big changes in the latest Windows OS, Microsoft's next moves will define its future as a business.

  • September 09, 2015 09 Sep'15

    The good and bad of supporting Apple devices

    As more consumers bring Apple products into the workplace, IT needs to manage and support users' smartphones and tablets, along with the iOS operating system. To further complicate matters, Apple constantly changes and upgrades its products, and ...

  • September 08, 2015 08 Sep'15

    New VMware workspace product still a ways off

    According to VMware's GM for EUC, Project Enzo isn't playing catch-up to Citrix Workspace Cloud. He also weighs in on BlackBerry's Good Technology deal.

  • September 04, 2015 04 Sep'15

    BlackBerry buys Good Technology to boost mobile security

    BlackBerry will give BES a big boost with Good Technology's cross-platform capabilities as the EMM market consolidation continues.

  • September 03, 2015 03 Sep'15

    Mobile printing options still aren't up to snuff

    Mobile printing hasn't made progress in the enterprise the way other mobile apps have, and some question whether it ever will.

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  • September 03, 2015 03 Sep'15

    The IT version of an NFL lockout

    As the lead NFL reporter at ESPN, Adam Schefter is no stranger to breaking news, but it usually relates to injuries, trades and other transactions involving NFL teams and players. On Aug. 21, ...

  • September 01, 2015 01 Sep'15

    Scant VMware EUC updates leave IT wondering about IoT

    VMware didn't move its EUC portfolio many steps forward during VMworld this year, and no word on its IoT plans, leaving some IT pros disappointed.

  • September 01, 2015 01 Sep'15

    VMware, Microsoft team up to deliver Windows 10 apps

    IT pros will soon have another Windows 10 app delivery option through VMware AirWatch and App Volumes.

  • September 01, 2015 01 Sep'15

    Apple iOS gets "fast-lane" status on Cisco mobile networks

    Cisco plans to prioritize iOS business content on its enterprise mobile networks as part of the company's partnership with Apple.

  • September 01, 2015 01 Sep'15

    Virtual, mobile healthcare apps aim to bring consistency

    With patients' medical histories and care on the line, going virtual and mobile often comes down to more than just cost.

  • August 27, 2015 27 Aug'15

    Survey reveals what's fueling mobile enterprise growth

    Mobile devices have become just as important, if not more, than PCs, as millennials expect to do their work anywhere -- on devices supplied by employers.

  • August 25, 2015 25 Aug'15

    How user experience monitoring can benefit help desks

    If there’s somethin’ strange in your mobile device, who you gonna call? The IT service desk. Because of the sheer number of mobile devices employees use for work these days, mobility-related help ...

  • August 21, 2015 21 Aug'15

    Samsung continues to slip as businesses favor Apple iPhone

    Businesses haven't warmed to Samsung devices and the company saw its global smartphone market share dip further despite the Galaxy S6 launch.

  • August 14, 2015 14 Aug'15

    IT shops take many tacks with mobile-first strategies

    There are a number of paths to enterprise mobility, and in many cases, EMM takes a backseat to apps.

  • August 12, 2015 12 Aug'15

    BYOD mobile app strategy improves healthcare quality

    To reach quality goals for Emory's large university and healthcare system, IT works with many stakeholders for the best results.

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